Tallinn University of Technology
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The provision of education began on September 17, 1918 with a special engineering course held at the engineering school established by Estonian Engineering Society, where tuition was given in the Estonian language. The curricula available were: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, shipbuilding, hydraulic engineering, civil engineering and architecture. In the next year the departments of amelioration, surveying and technical chemistry were added.
Today, tuition is provided by 8 faculties and 4 colleges. Being the flagship of Estonian engineering and technical education, TUT has app. 14, 000 students and 2000 employees (incl. 1200 faculty members).
The mission of Tallinn University of Technology is to support Estonia’s sustainable development through scientific creation and science-based higher education in the field of engineering, technology, natural and social sciences.
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